Rand Paul: I Didn't Run From Dreamer, I Was About To Do An Interview


GRETA VAN SUSTEREN: There's been a video that's gone somewhat viral among the media at least in which you're sitting, having long with Congressman King and suddenly some young person comes up to him and says the person's a DREAMer and engages in sort of a controversial conversation with Congressman King about being a DREAMer. You shake the hand and then you're seen getting up after you had a bite of your hamburger and then getting your drink though as if you're trying to get away. What's going on? What's the explanation for this video?

SEN. RAND PAUL: Now you know my life, my life on the campaign trail. But about five minutes before that or two minutes before that the video doesn't show that another reporter came up and said will you do an interview. And I said I need to take a couple more bites and we'll do an interview, and then I was told we had to leave and I had to do the interview.

So actually I stood about ten feet from those people who were doing sort of a Kamikaze interview and I stood ten feet from them and did another interview. And you know me, I've always been open to discussing immigration. I'm very open about discussing that I think there should be some kind of immigration reform. But I think you can't do it without first securing the border and that's the problem with the president doing this unlawfully, the president doing this on his own act, I will make this choice because people will not act and saying he's using a pen and a phone. I'm very much opposed to the president making policy instead of saying Congress makes the laws, he gets to sign them.

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